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TIlE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TItURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1953. PAGE FIVE Anne Meugniot Phone 152J1 ROBERT WILLETT FROM KOREA a year spent in Korea, Willett is at :,home his mother, Mrs. George and family. He is a line- Cpl. Willett arrived by ship Francisco Friday, was Seattle, arrived in Arl- Mo~iay. After a 30-day he will be stationed at The immediate family a delayed Christmas for him Wednesday, at Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Colby, and Airman George Will also be present. FROM JAPAN Rev. and Mrs. A. O. Quall son, Philip, at home months in Japan. He re- his discharge at Ft. Lew- came home a civilian EVERETT TILAND TO WED IN FEBRUARY The following item is quoted from the Mount Vernon Argus of Jan. 15: "Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Cannon are announcing the wedding date set by their daughter, Ar- lene Janet, for her marriage to Everett (Tye) Tiland, son ot Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Tiland of Arling- ton. The ceremony will be held February 14 in the First Baptist Church of Mount Vernon. "Miss Cannon is a member of the 1949 graduating class of Mt. Vernon high school, and is at present employed at the Wash- ington Co-Op. Her fiance gradu- ated from Arlington high school in 1947, attended Skagit Valley Junior College and Western Washington College of Eduea- All the children had a presents, and a lunch was en- enjoyable time. joyed by all. * $ $ * * * BIRTHDAY OnMr. T. I. Lowe's birthday, ARLINGTON HTS. ] Norita Tveit, Phone 256J4 Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson, ~ir and Mrs Anton Foberg of Se- attle, and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ludvigson of Arlington, were vis- itors at the Art Tveit home on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin of Ev- erett and Mr. and Mrs. Art Man- zer were dinner guests on Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swanston. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simpson, for- mer residents of the Heights and now living in Lowell, are parents of a baby girl who arrived the 14th of January. The little girl weighed in at 8 lbs5 ozs. and joins six brothers and one sister Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thorsen ~7ill be leaving Germany this Thursday for the United States, where Peter will receive his (ds- charge from the Army. Visiting Tuesday evening at the Vic Freyd residence were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dupuis of Marys- ville. Art Tveit and family helped W. F..Standiford went to Se-[that he is progressing very nice- attic Monday to visit Ed Bur-ilY nell, who is seriously ill at theI Use Times Classlfi-----------~d Ads -- Veterans Hospital, and reportsleffeetive, eeonomic~al. II Don't miss it THIS time brings a mountain to the people 60-SKI JUMPERS-60 JUST FIVE BLOCKS off U. S. Highway 99. FREE PARKING for 5,000 cars. Northwest Washington Snowfair JAN. 17thto JANe 23rd b," , , ' - ~m I money is only half the story of getting ahead in life-having the things you want---doing you enjoy. The other half--even more important--is systematically saving part of the aOney you earn. If you have the will, we have the way: open a savings account here today. THE CITIZENS STATE BANK ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation l~orn January 17, 1706 Standiford had to postpone her trip to South Dakota but due to her mother's illness she expects to leave Saturday, Jan. 24, and frill be gone for several weeks. B. & P. W. CLUB TO MEET JAN. 27 The l~usimess and Professional Women's Club of Arlington will entertain Rachel Seibert, of Se- attle, District Director, at their next meeting, which will be held at the home of Miss Judy Backstrom on Tuesday, Jan. 27. The assistant hostesses at the 7:30 dessert will be Mrs. Eva Twomey and Mrs. Muriel Dahl- stad. TELLS OF D. A. R. Saturday Mrs. L. C. Palmer made a tape recording for Sta- KRKO in Evere[L This talk, which is scheduled for broadcast this Wednesday, has to do with the work of the D. A. R. among the American Indians. O ;Death Calls Mrs. Annie Perich Mrs. Annie Perich, 78, Route Arlington, died suddenly Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Melvin Bloom of Route 2, Arlington. Mrs. Perich was born in Yu- goslavia September 10, 1874, and came to the United States in 1914, residing at McMurray until five years ago when she moved to Route 2, Arlington. She is survived by two daugh- ters, Mrs. Katherine Satuehek of Route 4, Arlington and Mrs. Mary Bloom of Route 2, Arling- ton; one brother, George Babieh of New York City; two sisters in ,Yugoslavia and eleven grand- i ehildren. Rosary was said Thurs- !day at 8 p.m. at the Moll Fu- neral Home and funeral services will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Im- maculate Conception Catholic !Church in Arlington with the Rev. beady officiating. Burial will be in Mount Vernon ceme- tery. I% NOTICE SALE OF COUNTY OWNED TIMBER NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the County Treasurer will sell at public auction on Monday, Feb. 2, 1953, at the hour of 11 o'clock a.m at the front door of the Court Rouse, Ever- ett, Washingtn, wlndthrown timber in the SQUIRE CREEK COUNT~ PARK located In the N~ N~ SWl,~ SEI,~ of Section 8, Township 32 North, Range 9 East W. M. The approximate quantity according to the county's cruise is as follows: Douglas flr 40M feet Hemlock 4M feet Cedar 1M feet Bidding will start at the amount of $500.00, and the ~mber will be so~d to the highest and best bidder, for CASH. The successful bidder must exercise due caution to insure a minimum of damage to adjoining standing timber and is required to burn all slash from timber removed. A bond in the amount of $1000,00, must be given- to Snoho- mish County to irisUre compliance. The bond will be. f0tfel~ the slash is not burned within o months after logging. All logging must be complet- ed by June 1, 1953, except where heavy snows should interfere with log- ging. Providing the successful bidder does not comply with the above require- ments concerning bond within three da~s from February 2, 1953, the bid of the second highest and best bidder will be accepted. Dated this 21st day of January, 1953. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Snohomish County, Washington By L. S GAMEY, Chairman. Date of 1st pub., Jan. 22, 1953. Date of last pub., Jan. 29, 1953 Mr. and Mrs. William Tveit and children of Arlington, Joe Tveit and daughter Margie, and Miss Norita Tveit, spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rouse of Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Roose's son, Denny Rouse of U.S.S. Lewis, was home on leave from Korea, to which he has made three trips. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Freyd and Rev. and Mrs. Funderburk were dinner guests of Mrs. Carrie Aberg on Sunday. -O BAPTIZED Michael Jon Bjorn, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bjorn was baptized Sunday, Jan. 11, at the church of the Immaculate Con- ception. The godparents were i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ledlin of :Bellevue. Afterwards the Led- lins and their five children join- ed the Bjorns for dinner and the afternoon. Mrs. Ledlin and Mrs. Bjorn are sisters. O' ~ELL W--If you he, re any artlch of furniture, not m use, try e Times classified ad. OPENS CUSTOM KILLING, CUTTING AND WRAPPING Phone Everett Tuxedo 3648, Evenings Arlington 2361 Days, until after Feb. I Whlte sidewall tires optional at extra cost. Equlpmont~ occeuories and trim subject to change without notlce~ Ford steals the show 5th year in a row. With 41 eeWorth More" features Ford's worth more when you buy it... worth more when you sell it ! When you check this '53 Ford, you'll see style ad- vances like that big, curved one-piece windshield ... you'll feel that new Miracle Ride... and you'll find a host of other trend-setting features. CHOICE OF "V4" OR "SIX' And when you feel the GOof Ford's great ll0-h.p. V-8 or 101-'h.p. Sxx, you'll know that this Ford really sets a new standard for other cars to live up to. And despite its great power this Ford lives on a lean diet. Ford's Automatic Power Pilot gives you high-compression GO with regular gasl You can pay more but you can't buy better Ir.D.A.F. TELEPHONE 1771 "Arlington's Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1931" D ARLINGTON, WASH the cake. Mrs. P. G. Perkins, the groom's sister, and Mrs. Meta Strotz, aunt of the bride, poured. Miss ViOla Rasmussen presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. Mar- garet Jackson* and Miss Ruth Hunter were in charge of the gift table. Miss June Strotz was in charge of the guest book. The couple will reside in Aber- deen. Penney Earned" is a "A Penney Saved ed favors, ill, but is now much improved. Frank Hunter gave a which fell on Tuesday, he and party Wednesday, Jan. Mrs. Lowe entertained Mr. and Cathy on her fifth Mrs. Theo. Brounty and Mr. and Cathy's guests were: Mrs. Muse Waterman at break- Rochelle Lud-I fast, then all watched the In-: arcia Larsen Stephanie auguration and the parade on Carol Jo Kanikeberg, television. That evening Mrs. fl, Jimmy Green, John-I Ruth Packard and Jack came up Sammy Lund, and allJ from Everett to have dinner. Her grandmother, t * * * " ~ " " W Hunter, assisted wlth~ Mr. Ed Burnett is m the ne The color scheme wasIVeterans' Hospital on Beacon md blue. Each one of the Hill in Seattle. He has been very tion, and served for the past two evening. The Qualls years with the army, much of Arnie Molstad of Arlington cele- :n down to greet him the time in France and Frank- brate his birthday Monday eve- Forest Park, Everett, Wash. his ship came in a weeklfort, Germany. Upon receiving lning. tie plans to stay at home his discharge from the service Mr. and Mrs. Harley Alexan- Admission one dollar. fhile before making defin-tthis week, he is now completing I der and son Stevie, were callers ans for the future. I his education at Western Wash- '.at the George Fulfs home on JORGENSON* * * ["mgton ti"olleg.e.", * : Fulfs !1MndaYbirthday.eVening to celebrate Mr. -------- ,E'D t BABY SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lloyd and , IT'S GOOD NEWS! tnd Mrs. Axel Joergenson~ Mrs Chet Thompson and Mrs. sons of Seattle visited the Walter ngton, announce the en-IBob Leach gave a baby shower l Bests on Sunday afternoon. -~nt of their daughter, An- for Mrs Fred Morris Friday] Week-end guests at the Roy Herman S. Olson, son of]night at the Thompson residence.[ Richardsons were Mr. and Mrs. Blessed be the Lord, because he hath heard the voice of my d Mrs. A. H. Olson oflAs the guests arrived their giftsl George H. Richardson from We- supplications. hw T No date has been set r .. I we e placed in and around a natchee. Joining them for Sun- weaning. Miss Joergen-]bassinet while a large stork l day dinner were Mr. and Mrs. The Lord is my strength and my shield~ my heart trusted in a sophomore at WesternIlooked on. Those present wereI Ray Woolcott a n d children, him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; gton College in Belling- Mesdames Vaughn Henkle, TonyI George, Lorraine, Roberta and and with my song will I praise l~im. [r..Olson graduated fromI Bjorn, Wallace Wheeler, Alfred] Joyce of Redmond. , in 1951 and attended]Johansen' Howard Koskela, Clar-[ Cold in Alaska The Lord is their strength, and he is the saving strength of l Washington College Ience Hansen, John Smith, Phil- Mrs. Doris Bissell writes fromI his annointed. ~:At present he is sta-Ilip Bjorn, Bill Quake T. E. Great-/ Fairbanks, Alaska, that the] Psalm 28:6-8 ..... . . . weather averages 40 below zeroI lth the army at Camp house Dennis Alsko~ Isile belt- MR AND MRS THORNTON M FORD , Cahf.. ]rich, Dotty Welch, Elmer Waugh,! Br dersen ------------KLEVENS HOLDING~ which is mighty cold compared l George Forsythe, Alfred Meug.;Rose Mary o I ............ to the nice weather we have been' ~I BIRTHDAY ]niot, Bill Watkins, John Danu- T.r . rn. ~ . ~ _. i~r..~vA~,--~ nt.n~- enjoying (not counting the rain- is Heaton, the son of Mr.i'bio, Millard Lord, Arthur Thomp- VV eas If~o~ n~oYb _~orcb I The many people who knew fall w~ have had though). rs. Burke Heaton, cele-]son, Art Rochon and Miss Mar- United in holy matrimony on[Mr, and Mrs. O. H. Kleven and ---'---~" his fourth birthday Sat-Igie Thompson. Sending gifts, Saturday December 27th at the tlon Wesley and who heard Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Freyd visited afternoon Jan 17 The but unable to be present were _ ,'. ~ - ' _ Kleven when he conducted a Ole Eliasen of Jordan, who will ' " " - lmmacuia[e ~_oneepuon Church . sent were Mike andlMesdames Vernon Anderson, Ed. .. ":.'; , .. - [ -cries of meetings at the Metho- celebrate his ninety-first birth- . were t~ose ~vlar~ ~ro~ersen,~ '. " - day in February. Mr. Eliasen hgessner Carol JolHolland Dick Sakstedder and T ............ v~dlst church last year, will be in- " ' " r several livel ~uaugmer m mr. an(~ lvirs, t~enr . . Juliaand Georglne I. Lowe. Afte Y .....2 ..... , ,,+ ~, ~:.,~,~ .... ;~[terested m knowing that Mr. hasn't been very well lately. "~'~" " '" "~ame f Bin~0 the "uest of D~uu~n u~ r~. o ~..,o~u., .~.,., ....... Several neighbors enjoyed anu ~immy x~o,u, g s o g N ~._~_ ~ ~' ~ e..~+.,~ [i~leven is noldlng services here Bradleyand Ervin honor opened her many lovel~ .,,u,mu. ~,,. ~tn~ ~, ~ ..... =. again Jan. 20 through Feb. 1. His watching the Inaugural cere- monies on T.V. at the Julius Nor- man home Tuesday.